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AC Installation 

Simply put, the most reliable brand of air conditioner is the Trane system. We offer complete installation of A/C units and accessories to keep your house cool and comfortable throughout the summer.


From brand new systems to upgrades in efficiency and performance, we’ve done it all, while keeping the cost low for the homeowner.


Refrigerant Types and the EPA


The EPA has now banned the manufacture of Air Conditioning units containing R-22 refrigerant. We can still repair them but we are unable to install them anymore. Currently there are millions of air conditioners in use that require R-22 and will continue to use R-22 for the foreseeable future. Banning the manufacture of the R-22 air conditioning units has caused a HUGE increase in the cost of R-22 refrigerant.




R-410A refrigerant is an ozone-friendly refrigerant that has replaced R-22. It is just as efficient as R22 however it has less ozone harming effects than R22.   Unfortunately the R-22 equipment is not compatible with the new R410A, thus requiring replacement of the equipment. The cost of fixing R22 systems  often is so expensive that it just doesn’t make sense to repair R22 equipment. If you have a large leak in your A/C equipment and it uses R-22 refrigerant, the best solution may be to replace the equipment with a new R-410A air conditioner.

If you have any questions on “repair vs. replace” please don’t hesitate to call.


SEER Ratings on A/C Units


SEER rating stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The higher the SEER rating the more efficient the unit. In 2006 the minimum SEER rating went from 10 SEER to 13 SEER, which means a huge increase in efficiency. An increase in SEER rating does not necessarily mean it will cool “better”. For most models it means it will simply use less electricity to perform the same amount of cooling.


Trane offers SEER ratings up to 20 SEER with variable speed or 2 speed compressor options. These systems are truly a step above your standard AC up to 16 seer. However, the do usually require a 2 stage furnace to be paired with any multi-stage AC systems.


We help you choose the right system for your space and needs and ensure precision installation to avoid any losses in efficiency.

Savings & Free Offers

Your air conditioner is a big investment. We understand that making the right decisions today are crucial to your long-term home comfort.

Here are some of our incentives:

  • 10 years parts 5 years labor warranty on new installations on Trane equipment certain conditions apply.
 Warranty & Maintenance

To protect you from surprise breakdowns and costly repairs, we provide a comprehensive maintenance package backed up by both parts & labor warranties.

  • 2 Years Free Maintenance Package with New Installation
  • 10 Year Manufacturers Warranty (Parts)
  • 2 Year Labor Warranty (Installation)

Regular air conditioner tune-ups and safety checks will ensure your system is running efficiently, saving you money on monthly cooling bills.

A thorough maintenance plan completed by licensed and certified technicians also secures the longevity of your air conditioner, providing you peace-of-mind.

Air Conditioner Specifications


Choosing the right size air conditioner for your home can be stressful. There are many factors about your home that directly affect the performance, efficiency, and cost of an air conditioning system.

An A/C that is too small can actually leave your home feeling clammy and uncomfortable, while a unit that is too large will cycle on and off frequently, wasting energy and costing you more on monthly bills.

Don’t worry though; our certified technicians can help guide you through the process to find the best A/C size for your needs.


As a general rule, you can multiply your home’s square footage by 25 to roughly estimate the size of air conditioner you require. On average a 2,500 sq/ft home needs a unit with 62,500 BUs, but there are many other factors that need to be considered, such as:

  • Age of Home
  • Number of Windows
  • Room Sizes
  • Average Climate
  • Building Insulation

Based on these factors and more, our experienced team of cooling technicians can determine the perfect size air conditioner for your home.


When we talk about a systems “efficiency” we’re talking about the amount of energy it uses. The more energy a system uses, the less efficient it becomes.

An air conditioner with a high-efficiency rating will use less energy to cool down your home, leaving your monthly costs low and your comfort level high.

Find out what size air conditioner you need by contacting our licensed and certified team of technicians.